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We don't post often, as there is no need to repost the same data over and over. But we do post data from scientists who have boots on the ground and are doing the dirty fieldwork to collect data.

Sunday, December 6, 2009

Global Average Temperature Reconstructions

The most famous temperature reconstruction graph is that done by Mann, 1999. But there are many other, independent reconstructions:


A quick note about the Medieval Warm Period. Temperatures around 1000AD were at similar levels to today in northern Europe across to Greenland. Recent data indicates that the MWP was a local phenomena and mostly confined to that region, rather than a global temperature increase. Current temperature reconstructions from other parts of the globe show no such warming.